You are aware.The path is open.You are coming through.The first question is, what are you leaving behind?> You are not of the mortal world. Not this one anyway. But what world are you from? One of the myriad afterlives? An alternate earth? Or are you truly an Outsider, one of the things from beyond all worlds?
>>40761182We're leaving behind the ancient stargods we are daughter to
>>40761182We're leaving behind the murky, primordial darkness that we were spawned from.
>Vote cutoff will be in ten minutes
>>40761182I͠͞ ̶l͢e͝ąv̵̨͠e͢ ͝be͞h͜͝ì́̕ņd͟ ̕͟「̶n̵ǫt̡hi͞ǹ̡͟g」̧͏ f̡̛o͟r̛͟ ͜͠y͏͘̕o̢u͘ ҉̡c̵a͏҉͡n c̶omp̶͘ŕ̡e̷h̢ę̛͞ņ̵d ҉҉「̶͞n̷͟ot̶hí̷̡n̨͟͠g̷̶̛」͜҉of͏ ̢̕t͏̷̢ha͏̡͟t͜ ̀w͝h̶͘͢i̸c̶h̶̕͜ ̵I͞ l͘ȩav̶͝e b̀͡ęhi̵͞ǹd̵͘not enough zalgo text currently in this quest
>>40761297Offspring of cthulhu all the way
>>40761528Didn't you mean >>40761221 instead of >>40761297 ?
>CutoffThere seems to be some debate. Delaying for another minute or two while you sort that out.
Ah, nevermind. Daughteru to the star-gods won. I'm somehow not surprised.
You are royalty, of a sort. Some might call you a princess. Most would call you an abomination.But what did your dear P̩̲̩r͈̳̲͓ͦ̔͜o̶̗̪̟̼̅͋̇̔g̘̪͑̈͆̄̊è͕̺͕̬ͨͅn̲̤̓ͅì̇̅̃̾҉̺̣t͙͗̽̍̈̏o̫̜͔̽͋r̙̫͇̼͚̲̪̃͑ͮͫ call you, before you left?
> A name and a title are both important for any Outsider. The first is what you are, and can be used to bind you. The second is what you are known as, and will influence how you manifest yourself in the world.>Choose carefully.
>>40761815Name:>Ganactari'Oliach>TitleEither>She Who Opens The Eyesor>The One and Only Ruler from Dreamed Paths
>Five minutes to cutoff.
>>40761972Meh going with this >>40761972>She Who Opens The Eyeshopefully someone will give us a nickname
>>40761815Myhogoosh is the name.Title is >Masked in the Darkness, Mother of Many, Infiltater of Hearts
>>40761837Switching from this to >>40762097
>>40762097Technically your votes came from after the cutoff, but given the closeness, I'll give it another two minutes.
>>40762148Why not both?
>>40761972>Ganactari'Oliach>>40762097>>Masked in the Darkness, Mother of Many, Infiltater of Hearts
>>40762170I like this. I like the titels of >>40762097, but the name not so much
Perhaps this should have been split into two votes. >>40762170As it is, this mix-matching latecomer wins.
>>40762196I don't like those titles.They just seem to describe some kind of MILF succubus.
>>40762248Either trust in my ability to GM this without turning it into fetish bullshit, or leave.
>>40762270Thank you, not-actually-creepy GM!
>>40762270Well, you ARE a creepy bastard. Who knows where your road will take us?I'm just joking.
You are G̶̴̽̌ͤ͒̐̓͜a͋ͯͭͥ̒ͤ͋̌̋͐҉́҉n̸̵̅̊̓̓̿͊̓̐ͣͣ͊a̎͂̎̈́̂̎̍̒̔ͭͣ̑̿̑̐͑͒̆ͫ͢çͤͣͥ̈̍ͧ́ͩ͠t͌̈́͂̆͘͏̢ä̇ͣ͗ͥ҉͡҉̸ṙ̸̃̆ͯ͌́̚i̷̾͆ͦͫ̒̔̃̃̽͗͛ͩ͗̈ͦ̈ͪ̚̕'̈͐ͯ̂̀̒̂̄̆̇̀͝͞O̸ͯ̀ͨ̆͌̆ͨͦl̸̷̛̎̎́̅͠i̴̛ͥͥ̍̽ͯ̏̎̅̔̿̅ͬ̊͌́̾ͣ̚a̷ͭͭͤͮ̑ͥ̔͊̔ͬͯ̽̀͆̾҉͠c̴ͮ̄͆̽̓ͤ͞͡ḧ̢̛́̀͋͆̔̈́̔̊́̋̔̇̓̈́̀̚͟͝, Daughter of one of Lords Beyond the Sky. Those that study your kind have called you Mother of Many, Infiltrator of Hearts, and Masked in Darkness.Your essence contains the potential to spread your own spawn across the worlds, to twist the souls of the mighty to your service. The y fear you, for they know that you, much like T̷h̕͡a҉̨ţ̸͟͡ ̶̡͟͜W̴͠h̸̴̨̛̕i͠҉͠͏ç͝ḩ̷͢҉̕ ́̕S̶͜҉p̸̸͠a҉̶̢ẃ͢ń̵̷̕e͘d̨͠͞ ̀͝͝Y̵̶̴̨͠ǫ̵͢͞u̵̶͜, are beyond their sight.Or they would, if you were more than a child in comparison to most Outsiders. Your powers are limited enough that you only came through reality by luck.What shape did that luck take?>Someone or something opened the Way for your coming. The answer will determine the state of the world, and your initial purpose.
>>40762461An exceedingly minor cult
>>40762461Some one begged for power, becoming your avatar.
>>40762461Realities aligned themselves in such a way that allowed you to slip into one of them.
>>40762461The celestial alignment has weakned the bridge between our realities.
>>40762461A bunch of idiot kids in a graveyard, trying to scare each other with accidentally-correct 'magic' bullshit.
>>40762563>>40762547I'd say these are similar enough to count as the same thing.>>40762553>OhYou.jpg
>>40762461>A Great Plauge came to be, and from the screams of despair, agony and madness we were summoned to this plane of existence I know this is a bit more khorn'ish than I
>>40762656Ups disregard the last part, was for another post
Killing time before the cutoff.
>>40762678>>40762616I like where this is going.
>>40762595So it seems. Unless people rally behind another option, it'll be this or some horrid mush of whichever ones I take a fancy to.
>>40762728Just curious, how long are you giving for the cutoff? 15 minutes?
>CutoffI think if I edit this picture any further it'll fall apart.
>>40762790Until I have some reason to change it, 15 minutes will be the standard cutoff, yes.
>>40762818It's a good time, though as QM myself I've found that sometimes everyone just voted within the first 5-10 minutes and there's no reason to delay it. Then again, that's usually on stuff where everyone's voting for the same thing.
The stars aligned. The ritual was preformed with utmost precision. Each variable was accounted for, and the sacrifices were gathered with great care. A circle in the grass, hands linked as they chanted over the cowering goat and her young. They were anointed with the blood of one of the plague's victims, risking exposure to the disease in their desperation to ensure that the summoning would succeed. They prayed for two nights, fasting as three o the twelve supplicants succumbed to the plague's ravages.And they were heard.Not by the goddess they sought, who might bless their town and banish the illness, but by you. They knew the words, yes, and the gestures, but they did not possess the means to measure the movements of the stars. It was your sign that formed in the sky that night, it was your essence that was pulled through the Burning Veil between this world and all others.> Did you come willingly, to escape your parent, or was this just as unpleasant a surprise for you as it is for them?>Also, what form do you take?
>>40762929Your advice is appreciated. When the prologue ends, I'll probably begin providing more specific prompts, and might shorten the cutoff.
>>40763141>Came willinglyI don't care about form, as long as no-one tries to go for a sexy or cute humanoid look. Something horrific or creepy.
>>40763141>Came willingly>A voice spoken from the mouths of the dead. A third eye birth from the forehead of the mother goat.
>>40763206No need to worry. Anything too bad will be modified appropriately.
>>40763141An admittedly unimpressive-seeming parasite the size of a leech
Isn't this basically otherkin quest?
>>40763141Came willingly, and we look like some kind of organic fractal, coming out from the orifices of the sacrificial goat.
>>40763141>>Also, what form do you take?High-class lady, but with inhuman features and clothes glowing like distant stars.
>>40763141>Willingly>An otherworldly-black crow (or other sinister animal). The usual non-euclidian outsider shenanigans apply of course.
>>40763282I have googled otherkin. I am now slightly less happy than I was a moment ago.
>>40763141>You came willingly (Locked)>Now pick your form. Five minutes until GM Fiat is invoked, should the vote prove inconclusive.
>>40763141>come willingly, not planned but jumped at the opportunity.I vote for a spin on this >>40763305>Form of a sinister, somehow 'wrong' animal. Constantly a different animal, they never see us shift, no matter how carefully, or how many, watch.
>>40763299I can get behind this. Withdrawing >>40763305
>>40763410Ill get behind this. withdrawing >>40763227
>>40763404A twisted, warped appearance of the goddess they were seeking.
>>40763299Appears to be the victor.One more question before I write;>Why did you want to leave?If anyone would care to provide a picture, it would be appreciated. It saves me editing time.
This one is probably more complex in terms of the answer. This, in addition to needing to walk my dog, mean that the cutoff will be closer to 30 minutes. Assuming this isn't dead by the time I come back.
>>40763551Being the least powerful one on a plane can be tiring. We need to stretch our legs
>>40763328I'm surprised you weren't aware of them already. They are almost as common as furries these days.
Off to walk the dog. Unavailable for comment.
>>40763551Maybe as a base?
>>40763709Ooh, nice pic.
>>40763749A bit of this with some more eldritch mixed in?
>>40763709Seems ok as a start.>>40763652I must be honest, I was aware of them but only from /tg/ talking about them.>>40763628I'll support this. We want to expand our power base, see the worlds, take them over perhaps, who knows?
>>40763793Or that one, yeah. I think this has more of the "High class lady" I envisioned, and >>40763709 has the otherworldly part. Can't really decide between them.
>>40763799While we're discussing our motivation, what should we do about the mortals?They were aiming for a Goddess of Healing to cure their plague. Should we help them? Help the plague? Do we even notice their fleeting existence?I'd be inclined to help them. They did preform us a service. This could be the first step on getting us some cultists.Cultists are all the rage for things like us.This is assuming our powers in any way lend themselves to helping with the plague, of course. If all we can do is blow stuff up and rend sanity, they these guys are shit out of luck.
>>40763898As thanks, we should make the plague helpful instead of harmful.Growing more limbs and eyes is helpful, right?
>>40763941I dunno. I think the humans use "four eyes" as a pejorative, and I often hear bad things about having "too many mouths to feed." I don't think the humans would appreciate more body parts.
>>40763941And hearing the tones that sing below reality is truly helpful as well! I mean, it should be enlightening for these temporary, powerless things.
>>40764001Okay, so mouths, left feet and eyes are a no go, but everything else should be good. They often ask for hands as well,
>>40763941I see only pain among these poor, desperate folk who sought us.Plague is not our domain. But perhaps if we fill their hearts with love for us, they will be able to ignore the anguish of the corporeal form. Their devotion will allow them to carry on, even as their rotting corpse falls apart beneath them.What greater gift can you give than love?
>>40764001well...seeing how our tittles are mother of many, infiltrator of hearts, and masked in darkness. Think we could twist the plague so instead of killing them it twist them into something in our image that will also grant them immunity from further diseases and also give them passes a minor illusion on them that as long as they stay out of the sun or exceedingly bright light they will look human with the more powerful of them being able to control the illusion slightly making it so they can look like anyone they want to or even go invisible to the naked eye.
>>40763941>>40764001I'm all for helping but maybe taking away parts is best for everyone.The humans can't bind what they can't see. or say, or smell, or think of.
>>40764145If you want to make them vampires just say so.
>>40764145>passes a*a passivereally need to slow down when I type
Took longer than expected, and I found out that I'm allergic to that top. Screw you, genetics. Now looking through the comments and pictures.
>>40764282Dicking around with this pic, if anyone likes the way it's going.
>>40763709Seems to have the most support, going to see what I can do with it.....>>40764346Oooh.Consensus seems to be trying to help the village, in a blue-and-orange morality sort of way.
>>40764346That one reminds me of transistor.>>40763898As for motivations, I'd be all for a "benevolent dictator" sort of god/outsider-type.
>>40764384Cool. Could you edit some starlight into her dress?
>>40764464Can try, but I've never done it before. Only one way to find out!
>>40764410both are my toss ins so... count them as one submission i guess? Or whatever you want to do?
>>40764410>blue-and-orange moralityWhat are these colours you speak of, mortal?What is this "morality" you speak of, mortal?
Try to decide what exactly you want to do to/for the village.Your powers are primarily focused on altering the nature of your children, hiding, deception, and perverting the natural order into a grotesque mockery of itself for your own benefit.>>40764505D̛҉o̸̴̢͞ ̷̛̕͜n̡͢o̧̡͡t́҉̕͡ ̶̢s̴͜͢͡p̶̨̛e҉́́͞͝a̡͏k͏̵͜͠ ̡̡́́d̶̕ǫ̡̛͘w͡n̵ ̨͜͝͝t̷̨͘o҉̵̵̡͜ ̀̀͘͞y҉̨҉̀o̷͢͞ừ͟͠ŕ͜͞ ̵̡͘b̷̨̀͝e̶̸͜t̨́t͏͏̷̨ę̶̡͝r͏̶s̶̕͡,̷̡̀̀ ̷̢͢l̷̵̴̴e̵͘͝ś͢t̷ ͜͏̛͡t̶̡̀͘h̕͢͠e҉̡͟y̸̛͠͞͝ ̵̀͢t̶͝ą̸͠͝͝k̀e͝͝ ͡n͟҉͝o͏҉͏͘t҉͏̢i͜c̨͜è̶̵͠ ̴̢͡o̷̸̢͘f̷ ̀̕͜͡ý̸͠͝o̴͜͜ù̷,̡҉ ̢̢҉D̷͜͞͞a̷̡͝͡u̕͡͏̶͢g̨̡̕͟h̴҉̵̕͟t̢̕e̸͘̕r̴̀́ ̧́o̶̴̢̢͡f͝͏͜ ̶̛͘͏̨t̵̡̢͟ḩe̕͟ ̀̕S̀͜e͏̴̛͝c̶͢o͢҉̢҉n̴̛͟҉ḑ̴̢͜͟ ̶͢Ś̀͜t͢ą̸͜r͢͟͝.̢
>>40764545More hands, more eyes, they hear our voice, they taste our will. They know their mother. They know that she loves them.
>>40764545>perverting the natural order into a grotesque mockery of itself for your own benefit.I'd say that one applies. Can we corrupt the plague to somehow draw the villagers to us and not kill them anymore? I wouldn't mind them spawning a tentacle or two of course.
>>40764545I disagree with >>40764613How the fuck is altering their bodies to that point anywhere near deceptive or hidden?
>>40764545Nurgle moma inc > save the village by mutating the villagers into creepy abominations that are immune to diseases
Ah, yes, and a more clear-cut voting prompt:>Are your children born, made, or adopted?>Born: From your flesh your lesser selves issue forth, their bodies and minds fragments of your own immaculate presence. You need not suffer the indignities of mortal childbirth, though it will weaken you to birth more children.>Made: Your children are haphazard things, crafted from the elements of the world and the barest hint of your essence. They bear less resemblance to you than creatures of your own flesh, but are far more independent.>Adopted: Your family welcomes newcomers, and all may know the glory of your love.
>>40764627This sounds good.What ARE our 'children', anyway?
>>40764673>>Born: From your flesh your lesser selves issue forth, their bodies and minds fragments of your own immaculate presence. You need not suffer the indignities of mortal childbirth, though it will weaken you to birth more children.>>>Made: Your children are haphazard things, crafted from the elements of the world and the barest hint of your essence. They bear less resemblance to you than creatures of your own flesh, but are far more independent.>>>Adopted: Your family welcomes newcomers, and all may know the glory of your love.
>>40764673>Adopted: Your family welcomes newcomers, and all may know the glory of your love.
>>40764646We can hide there mutations late for the purpose of interacting with other humans down the line, these shal be our chosen ones
>>40764673>Adopted: Your family welcomes newcomers, and all may know the glory of your love.All shall be one
>>40764697>>40764673This.Why not all?
>>40764673I think we should adopt most but birth a few.We need pureblood for leadership of offshoots
>>40764673> a mix of made and adopted
>>40764673I am neutral about this.
>>40764720Consider these your starting skill-trees. If you try to go down all of them at once from the beginning, you'll be at a disadvantage when it comes to how much power over your children you have.
>>40764673>Made: Your children are haphazard things, crafted from the elements of the world and the barest hint of your essence. They bear less resemblance to you than creatures of your own flesh, but are far more independent.
>>40764761If we have to choose a starting one, adopting it is
>>40764761In that case, I'd prefer, so I'm no longer neutral as I said in >>40764747>Made.
>>40764761So choosing one doesn't lock us out of the others?
Due to ambiguity of my prompt, >>40764761this is the starting point, cutoff in 15.
>>40764673>Adopted: Your family welcomes newcomers, and all may know the glory of your love.I assume we could adopt the plague and bend it to our will?
>>40764820No. This, however, will not be your only skill-set. You have two more titles, after all.
>>40764834>>>Made: Your children are haphazard things, crafted from the elements of the world and the barest hint of your essence. They bear less resemblance to you than creatures of your own flesh, but are far more independent.
>>40764834Bugger. Forgot to say; FROM HERE ON OUT, YOU NEED TO LINK TO THE POST FOR YOUR VOTE TO BE COUNTED.
>>40764834>Adopted: Your family welcomes newcomers, and all may know the glory of your love.
>>40764892The one linked in that one, and the one containing the prompt from now on.
>>40764834>MadeAs per my earlier vote of >>40764819
>>40764834All of them
>>40764843You certainly could.
>>40764834>Adopted: Your family welcomes newcomers, and all may know the glory of your love.I assume we could adopt the plague and bend it to our will?
>>40764834Go with all. What could go wrong?
Oh, yes, I did a tiny bit of editing on one of the pictures. Thoughts?
>>40765038I like it
>>40765029We can get all later, just be patient. Don't want to weaken ourselves to start off.
>>40765038Here's one, maybe.
>>40764834I choose ALL
Cutoff in 3 minutes>>40764834
>>40765038Definitely has my vote.
>>40765038Nice.Think I'll give up on mine, can't get decent looking stars/space.
Cutoff reached. Time to tally.
>>40764853>>40764910>>40764956>>40764974>>40764976>>40765002>>40765018Adopted wins by a fair margin.
While I write up an appropriate description/power, why don't you decide who to adopt first?>Well?
>>40765282All the women
>>40765282The person behind our summoning. S/He shall be rewarded
I like where this thread is going.
>>40765282The diseased ones.
>>40765336As stated, you were summoned by a group.
>>40765282Those who summoned us, followed by the plague they wished for us to take care of.
>>40765282Well, if we want to reward our summoners, I guess we should adopt the plague and make it go benign. >Adopt plague.
>>40765354I meant the guy/girl in charge, assuming there was someone planning or leading the ceremony.
>>40765354>Project mental horrors into their heads until their sanity shreds to pieces>No one tells us what to do, or where to go>Then "Adopt" their friends and family
>>40765345going with this
>>40765295>>40765298>>40765378This isn't a smut quest guys, go elsewhere to get yourself off.
>>40765354Then "reward" all of them.
>>40765402See: >>40762270Fuck off.
>>40765379Dead from the diseased blood. Her body is somewhat dessicated, and her bones are mostly paste at this point. She was a faithful worshiper of the Lady of Green Places, and would have recognized that you were not her, if she'd lived.
>>40765427Maybe you should take the warning yourself?I don't see how deliberately only targeting women isn't fetishy at all. Especially "many bitches"
>>40765460The warning is to take your stupid board policing away.
>>40765439Is it possible to resurrect her?
>>40765486Or maybe it's that this isn't a fetishy quest and so fetishy actions aren't wanted? I don't give a damn if people run smut quests, hell I participate in them, but he's clearly said he doesn't want that sort of stuff. Going to get "many bitches" and all the women is a fairly fetishy thing to do, and he doesn't seem to want that.>>40765539Epic meme bro, sure convinced me.
>>40765568>Or maybe it's that this isn't a fetishy quest and so fetishy actions aren't wanted? ILook at the comment chain.>>40762248>They just seem to describe some kind of MILF succubus.>>40762270>Either trust in my ability to GM this without turning it into fetish bullshit, or leave.You can't read.
>>40765486>>40765460>>40765427To avoid too much argument, the warning is directed towards people posting fetish things, as well as those that would "police" the board. If it wins a vote, I'll write it. It will, however, invariably be closer to nightmare fuel than fetish fuel. >>40765548There is no reason that you could not adopt a dead woman. Mortality is less of a concern for someone of your pedigree than for any mortal.
>>40765568To be fair, the MC is the Mother of Many. Fertility deities are often tied to female worshippers.
>>40765622Surprisingly enough, people aren't doing it for fap fuel. People like >>40765568 are just reactive idiots because they've seen one or two quests become fetishy for ten minutes and bailed.
>>40765666Did you not read any of my posts? I don't mind fetish quests, what I do mind is people being fetishy when the QM doesn't want it. From my understanding at the time, he didn't want "fetish bullshit". My response was perfectly reasonable.
>>40765707>what I do mind is people being fetishy when the QM doesn't want it.So, your getting worked up over something that is effectively impossible? The QM runs the quest. Outside of random comments, players can't inject anything into the quest that the QM doesn't allow.There is no need to try and police posts on the QMs behalf. He has his own set of big boy pants, he can take care of the quest content himself. Chill.
So erm, is Creepy writing or what?
>>40765837If he has any sanity, he's getting drunk.
>>40765632She ? This guy got brains ! I'm not taking any side in the discussion but simply admiring his prowess of reasoning
>>40765666I never meant to imply that they were. Other than, maybe, the "many bitches" guy.To everyone:Please avoid insulting the other questers too much, I'd rather not have to get out my shit-umbrella.>>40765707I appreciate your concern, but if it gets to the point where I'm uncomfortable, I'll shut them down myself.I need to go, unexpected trip to the airport. Anyone know how to archive a quest?Also, going to make a twitter. Might as well.@OutsiderQuestQMMy sanity is not relevant until it is.
>>40765860God damn ... Can't even spell right ... Ment "see"
>>40765872Thanks for running!
>>40765872But ... But .. Mama Nurgle !
>>40765872Go to suptg, then archive in the left tab, then "request interface" button. Fill in the things, and don't forget to add "collective game" as a tag since it's a quest.
>>40765872Thank you for running. Any idea when you'll run next?
Done. >>40766038Thanks for contributing, everyone.
>>40766080Probably tomorrow, similar time-frame, hopefully a bit longer and more productive. Really need to get going. Bye.
>>40766082http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Outsider%20QuestLinky for future reference. Vote, people!
>>40766110I'll have to keep an eye out then, running tomorrow myself.
>>40765622>closer to nightmare fuel than fetish fuel.>implying there is a difference.